Konqueror, KIO, kdesvn
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As of version 0.7.0 of kdesvn it comes with some modules integrating some commands directly into Konqueror menus.
Implements handlers for the following protocols:
The same may be said for “svn+...”. But as from KDE 3.4, kdesdk has it own small svn-kio called “svn+http” etc. So packages are organized that way - or should that “svn+...” comes as an extra package so it may installed if kdesdk hasn't installed it.
These protocols are designed only for repositories, not for working copies. For example,
ksvn+file:/// must point to the beginning of a repository different to the application itself or KPart.
Working copies may browsed with Konqueror.
For browsing at a specific revision you may append the query “?rev=
revision” to the URL.
kdesvn installs context menus for Konqueror. Them may be seen with right mouse click in the browser window (only in standard view, not any KPart) so it is possible to do most used actions direct from within Konqueror (or any other file managers that read Konqueror context menus like dolphin). This is done via a call to the command line variant of kdesvn.
Every KDE based application may use these protocols. So it would be possible to retrieve all differences between two revisions with KDiff3 without any deep knowledge.
Example 3.1. Retrieving differences between revisions using KDiff3 and KIO::ksvn
kdiff3 \ ksvn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/KDE/arts?rev=423127 \ ksvn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/KDE/arts?rev=455064
Let KDiff3 print all differences between two revisions.
Using this within kdesvn (diff'ing two revisions) is MUCH faster because the internal mechanisms of subversion are used.
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